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Case: Labor Relations/Public Employees (Mich. Ct. App.)

June 30, 2020, 7:13 PM

The Police Officers Association of Michigan and its local union in Grosse Ile Township, Mich. were entitled to summary judgment as a matter of law on their claims arising from a grievance regarding the level of health insurance premium payments to be paid by the township for the retiree health insurance of the unions’ retired members, the Michigan Court of Appeals decided. A governing labor contract contains no language that limits what types of grievances the police commission may hear, and the contract incorporated local ordinances by reference. A local police commission didn’t participate in any bargaining, but rather, fulfilled...

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